The legislation came after the supreme court last year challenged Prime Minister Imran Khan's decision to extend the appointment of army chief General Qamer Javed Bajwa, 59, by a further three years.
PTI leader and former Health Minister of Punjab, Yasmin Rashid recently named the sector commander and alleged him of having been involved in politics to engineer the by-elections in the province.
Swati was charged with libel and appeared before a judge on Sunday who allowed the Federal Investigation Agency to interrogate the senator for two days. He was being held at a facility in Islamabad.
PM said the army knew everything about him and the others who had plundered money. “The Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and Intelligence Bureau (IB) know whatever I do and with whom I talk on telephone.”
PPP Chairman said that he can’t tolerate the issue the way it happened for it has crossed several redlines.
“I praise Gen Bajwa today. To attack an army chief in this manner, a reaction comes from the army,” Imran said during an interview to a TV channel when asked whether there was any “anger” within the military over Sharif’s aggressive speeches.
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed and General Bajwa discussed, during the meeting, relations of friendship, cooperation and joint coordination between the two countries in defence and military affairs and ways to develop them to serve their mutual interests.
The prime minister has seen and approved Gen Anjum’s appointment as the ISI chief from the panel of officers at para 6 of the summary, a statement issued by Imran Khan’s office said.
Bajwa, who is due to retire on Nov.29, also said that the military had decided in February last year to quit any role in Pakistani politics, though analysts remain sceptical that it will do so. "I want to assure you that we're strictly binding on it, and will also abide by it in future," he said.